New Delhi: Consumers will have to fork out up to 40 paise a litre more for motor fuels in 13 cities that will upgrade to Euro-IV quality. Petroleum secretary S Sundareshan on Monday confirmed that the government was considering a differential pricing for Euro-IV petrol and diesel but declined to say by how much the prices would be higher from Euro-III fuels being sold now.

VAT Raised By 5-12.5 Percentage Points On Several Items; Highest Allocation To Transport Sector

THE Delhi government on Monday raised tax rates on a number of items to generate additional revenues to meet the expenditure on the Commonwealth Games, a move that could upset many a household budget in the national capital.

Delhiites will have to shell out more money for virtually everything from cooking gas to diesel with the Delhi government withdrawing a Rs-40 subsidy on liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinder and increasing value added tax (VAT) on diesel in its Budget for 2010-11 announced today.

New Delhi: In line with its commitment to minimize greenhouse gases, discom NDPL has prepared an ambitious plan to tap renewable sources of energy. Apart from its several solar projects that already exist, the discom is working on various other plans with an aim to generate up to 1500kW power from solar energy before the Commonwealth Games.

NEW DELHI, 18 MARCH: In a major initiative towards energy conservation in operations and cantonment complexes, the Armed Forces have completed an energy audit of few major installations as part of the

The Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) has decided to replace all existing bulbs and lamps across various municipal buildings with energy-efficient T-5 lamps and CFL lights.

The decision has been taken in accordance with the Energy Conservation Act (2001), MCD standing committee chairperson R K Singhal said. The civic body will take up the project in two phases at a cost of Rs 2.6 crore.

NEW DELHI: The Municipal Corporation of Delhi will soon be replacing incandescent bulbs and lamps in all municipal buildings in the city with energy efficient CFL bulbs to conserve electricity.

A proposal in this regard was granted approval by the MCD Standing Committee on Wednesday.

NEW DELHI, March 9: Streetlights remaining switched on even during day time or not functioning when needed in extreme weather conditions will become a thing of past as Delhi mayor Dr Kanwar Sain formally launched India

At least 1,000 solar rickshaws will be deployed to ferry over 7,000 athletes and their delegates during the Commonwealth Games later this year.

Depleting groundwater levels have attained severe proportions in the city, and the Delhi Jal Board (DJB) is thinking green with a new plan up its sleeve.

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